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  • Stakes are high for Apple at product launch

    Three years into his tenure running Apple Inc., Chief Executive Tim Cook is on the cusp of a defining moment. On Tuesday, if numerous reports are correct, Apple will unveil its long-awaited smartwatch, along with two bigger (and some say long-overdue)...
  • Bowl projections: Eligible Penn State to face Florida in Jacksonville

    Bowl projections: Eligible Penn State to face Florida in Jacksonville
    With the NCAA announcing that Penn State would be bowl eligible this season, I've gone in and updated the bowl projections after Week 2. The Nittany Lions will return to a bowl for the first time since the 2011 TicketCity Bowl and I project them to play...
  • Are Deasy's critics playing politics with iPads?

    Are Deasy's critics playing politics with iPads?
    No one could blame John Deasy, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, for feeling under attack these days. The iPad program he trumpeted so enthusiastically, aiming to provide an iPad with related, interactive curriculum for every...
  • DIY Home Design With These Apps, Sites

    Amy McNamara built a home design business over the past decade, but she rarely has stepped inside the houses of her clients. She's Skyped, texted and emailed. She's gone on virtual shopping trips with clients, swapping photos by cellphone. And folders...
  • Blotter: More than $1,000 worth of items stolen from purses in Lake Zurich

    Blotter: More than $1,000 worth of items stolen from purses in Lake Zurich
    The following items were taken from Lake Zurich police reports. In three different incidents on Aug. 5 at a business in the 700 block of Church Street, several wallets and individual items were stolen from purses while their owners were working. Among...
  • College football on TV: A slow week

    College football on TV: A slow week
    There will be some weekends this college football season where you will grow tired from switching around from so many games - this coming weekend is not one of them. Only one game involves two Top 25 teams - Georgia and South Carolina - and after two...
  • Kevin Hunt: Rocki Play, A $49 Streamer, Brings Music From Smartphone To Speakers

    Kevin Hunt: Rocki Play, A $49 Streamer, Brings Music From Smartphone To Speakers
    For a colorful little music streamer with 17 sides (at last count) and a bust-out Kickstarter funding campaign, the Rocki Play isn't that complicated. It streams music from a smartphone, tablet or computer to a traditional speaker system, just like a...
  • With iWatch and new iPhones, Apple CEO Tim Cook faces defining moment

    Three years into his tenure running one of the world’s most important companies, Tim Cook is on the eve of a defining moment. On Tuesday, if numerous reports are correct, Apple will unveil its long-awaited smartwatch, along with two bigger...
  • Microsoft needs Minecraft to boost mobile ambitions

    Microsoft needs Minecraft to boost mobile ambitions
    SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft's impending purchase of Mojang, the Swedish developer with 100 million players of its open world Minecraft game, is more aimed at pulling users onto the software company's obscure mobile platform than its better known PC...
  • New apps aim to make students more productive in new school year

    New apps aim to make students more productive in new school year
    Students eager to keep on top of classes, assignments and extra-curricular activities can turn to new apps to keep them organized as the new school year ramps up. With millions of high school and college students returning to classes this month new...
  • Joseph Leporati: 'It is like watching your loved ones be buried alive'

    Joseph Leporati: 'It is like watching your loved ones be buried alive'
    J. Christopher Kovats-Bernat's recent letter to the editor, "I won't accept the Ice Bucket Challenge," appears to make a solid case against supporting the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association. Unfortunately, he relies only on quantitative means,...